Thursday 30 January 2020

UNIBEN 2.1 graduate emerges DELSU's best graduating medical student

Education is the master key and a number of young people usually try their possible best to achieve great feats in their acquisition of knowledge.

A young lady identified as Ogome Sharon-Rose Esegbuyota has proven to not just be a pretty face but to also have the brains to back it up.

Sharon-Rose emerged as the best graduating student of medicine at her school, Delta State University (DELSU), with distinctions in Physiology and Internal Medicine.

Before she became a doctor, the young lady had also bagged a 2.1 in Biochemistry at the University of Benin (UNIBEN).

Sharon-Rose’s very proud sister has taken to social media to celebrate these great feats especially as they were achieved before the age of 25.

The sister shared series of photos of Sharon-Rose during her graduation ceremony as she held all her awards.

In the caption of her post, the proud sister wrote: “I have never been more proud to be your sis as I was today. Delsu's best graduating MBBS student with Distinctions in Physiology and Internal Medicine plus 2'1 BSc degree. Dr Ogome Sharon-Rose @cosythorn BSc Biochem (Uniben), MBBS with Distinctions (Delsuth) all before age 25. Warri can never carry last. Kudos.”

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